Fresh Powder for February!

2015-02-02 17:54:39.000 – Kaitlyn O’Brien, Weather Observer/Education Specialist

 

The latest system that passed through New England brought some decent snowfall across much of the state. While much of the greater accumulations were seen in southern New Hampshire, the northern half of the state didn’t miss out completely!
 
Let’s have a look at the greatest unofficial snowfall totals so far this afternoon in each county, courtesy of the National Weather Service:
 

Snowfall totals across counties of NH

Not too shabby! It’s possible we’ll see a few more inches before all is said and done. As this system moves out, cold arctic air will filter in, allowing temperatures to drop across the state. High pressure will build in from the south through early Wednesday morning, bringing fair conditions for the middle of the week.
 
Looking ahead for the rest of the week, models are showing the development of a weak Clipper system Wednesday afternoon that skirts across the Great Lakes region and up through the Northeast. This may bring some more snow to New Hampshire, but not enough to write home about. Sounds like Punxsutawney Phil’s prediction of 6 more weeks of winter will hold true!
 
Wednesday forecast 1PMForecast for Wednesday 1PM: A weak Clipper looks to impact New England, courtesy of www.theweathergun.com

 

 

Kaitlyn O’Brien, Weather Observer/Education Specialist

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